Are you considering applying to work for a chair massage company? If you've never worked for one before, you may have questions about how it all works.
In this article, we'll answer 6 questions about being an employee for a chair massage company.
As a massage therapist, you know how hard it can be for some clients to relax. No matter how great your technique or how long you massage a client, if they don't let their muscles relax, those muscles just aren't going to relax.
That's where verbal cues come in. In this article, we'll cover three different types of verbal cues to help your clients loosen up.
As a Licensed Massage Therapist, you have lots of career path options—all with different pros and cons.
One of the most common employment choices for massage therapists is to work for a massage company. There are perks to this—you don’t have to deal with the stresses of managing your own private practice, and when you work for a well-known company, clients come to you.